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. >> reporter: judge john cleland has a during which laws changed and mandatory minimums were increased. his attorney, joe amendola, says sandusky is going to fight for a new trial. >> his morale has been amazingly upbeat. he's been working on his appeal. he's very -- i think he's very confident that he's going to get another shot at this. >> reporter: in addition to sandusky speaking, the sentencing hearing will include arguments by attorneys, possible messages of support from sandusky friends and family, and impact statements from at least two victims. >> it is a tragedy compounded by the fact that we have a man who was convicted who won't come forward and show any contrition and any remorse. >> reporter: after sentencing today, jerry sandusky will under in go an extensive evaluation, that could take a few months that determines which prison he is sent to. >> we know they're going to appeal whatever happens today. but for today's purposes, what do the possible sentences vary so much? >> reporter: we talked about in our story how the crimes were committed over 15 years and the law changed i
wants the court to have the right to set up election laws. udge since jerry sandusky to prison for a minimum of 30 years and a maximum of 60. this comes a day after we heard from victims and from sandusky himself. brad bell was in the court room and joins us from state college with more. >> jerry sandusky continues to aggressively maintain his innocence. he stood in court today and talked and talked. he talked about himself, his feelings, but only once in passing did he mention the victims he is convicted of abusing. only then to say he questions their motives. >> as sandusky was led away to begin serving his 30-60 year term, and effective life sentence for the 68-year-old many who watched the case carefully told us that justice was finally done. >> he could have gotten a lot longer. hearing was a spectacle, like everything else about this case. witnesses said they had been ruined by the former coach's sexual of abuse. >> in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged, disgusting acts. >> sounding off like a coach giving an inspirational pep talk sandusky talked-about sandusky.
over 15 years during which laws changed and mandatory minimums were increased. his attorney said that he's going to fight for new trial. >> his morale has been amazing. he has been working on his appeal. he's very confident that he will get another shot at this. >> the sentencing hearing room will include arguments by attorneys, possible messages of support from his friends and family, and impact statement by at least two victims. compounded by the fact that we have a man who was convicted [inaudible] >> jerry sandusky will undergo an extensive about tuition which could last up to a few months to determine which state prison he will be sent to. abc news, bellefonte, pennsylvania. >> brad bell will be there for the sentencing this morning. look for his live reports on our later newscasts. for instance updates wjla.com. new this morning, a woman fighting for her life after she was struck by a car in northwest washington monday night at 15th street and k street. the driver did remain on the scene. the victim underwent surgery. >> former d.c. council chair kwame brown back in court t
in the report any law has been broken. >> he has come close to crime on scandal. his former chief of staff pled to federal year a briberytemming from sting. in a city where of indictments, onstituents are pointed.isap >> i think that the people who are elected of this committee be upstanding citizens. it is disappointing that they red >> they think lot of powere a and the use and abuse of. today, graham issued a deeper buddle into the metro findings. -- deeper rebuttal to the metro findings. >> those $800,000 would be alator.spent on an esc metro did hand over the findings of the investigation to law enforcement officials. >> a former prince george's county bus driver has been given sentence. three people suffered minor e incident could she was convicted of first- and malicious n of property. she has five years' supervised probation and has to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. >> robberies in college park has the community on art. the suspect rounded to students at gunpoint. one student was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. >> it is another do-or-die day the nationals tonight as they t
law, it cannot be implemented until next year. the law requires voters to show one of five types of photo identification to cast a ballot. it was the first voting rights law in nearly 20 years that the justice department refused to approve. the mother of a former navy seal killed in libya has called on mitt romney to stop talking about her son during his political campaign. >> the gop presidential nominee told voters about a chance encounter with glen doherty at a christmas party a few years ago. he was one of four americans killed in the attack in benghazi. >> it touched me as i recognized this young man that i thought was so impressive that. lost his that craig romney praised the young man for his bravery when the u.s. embassy was under attack, but the young man's mother told a boston tv station to do not want romney discussing her son. a campaign spokesman says romney will respect her wishes. it's 47 degrees. >> details on an early morning rescue in f [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even wh
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of the residents are doing. scary, because it is dangerous. should point out that by law, that he does not have to be on until october 15. we tried to reach out to a have notmanager and returned to work calls for comment. the association the seniors here at the charter house says if he does not get resolution quickly will reach out to county. korff, abc 7 news. >> several new revelations on killeddly attack that u.s. ambassador. despite comments made by the obama administration to that effect, new documents suggest an disagreement over security for the attack. for americans were killed on the 11th anniversary of the september 11 attacks. >> if your an online shopper, we t for you.er >> gambling supporters and go to battle over whether maryland should have a casino at the national harbor. a combined $39.4 million has spent, more than the combined total spent by governor martin o'malley back in 2006. but there are several new twist the race for president to tell you about tonight. obama met with supporterst ohio state university and subject thate remains at the top of the headlines. >> for all yo
-powered pedigree, graduate of harvard law school he ultimately walked way from her career so her husband could pursue his political ambitions. >> i'm his biggest supporter. >> reporter: are you also, brutally honest? >> i'm honest, absolutely. >> reporter: you think something has not gone right you say -- >> if i think it will help him but i also temper my remarks because sometimes you know, in a job like this, the last thing the president of the united states needs when he walks in the door to come home is somebody who is drilling him and questioning him about the decisions and choices that he's made. so, there are definitely times when i may feel something but i'll hold back because i'll know he'll either get to that on his own or just not time. >> reporter: outside the white house, there is always lots of chatter about how much is the first lady influencing policy? how do you see your role in that regard? >> i rarely step foot in the west wing. in fact, people are shocked when they see me there but rarely walk in that office because the truth is, he's got so many wonderful advisers, so i do
. and overnight, several law enforcement sources tell me they do believe it is jessica ridgeway, who has been missing nearly a week. the gruesome scene found overnight, just off this roadside, in a remote arvada, colorado, park. >> this afternoon, a body was discovered. >> reporter: investigators worked under the floodlights of a fire truck. >> the arvada police department and the westminster police department are working jointly with additional resources to process that crime scene. >> reporter: police haven't officially identified the body. but sources tell abc news, it is the missing 10-year-old. earlier wednesday, police announced jessica's parents are not suspects in her disappearance. >> the focus shifts to an unknown suspect, as we think that she was abducted. >> reporter: y >> we don't want any parent, any parent, to ever experience this in their whole entire life. >> reporter: the body was found abt seven miles from jessica's home in westminster, colorado, and about seven miles from the town of superior, where her backpack and water bottle were found sunday, left on a sidewalk. the f
about a 10-year-old girl, jessica ridgeway who vanished in colorado. late tonight, two law enforcement sources have told abc news, investigators have reason to believe they have found her
assembly to pay an assistant and her law firm. a judge postponed sentencing on conviction until after this trial is done. rain has cleared out of area, but cloudy and cold weather sticking around for now. adam caskey has a look at the forecast. >> clouds over the metro area of southern maryland east 95. was bright sunshine west of 95. variable clouds for the rest of the day. the skies overat washington. but off to our west, virginia, maryland, you have sunshine. now at reagan national, 57 point of 49,a dew low humidity. the average high is 71. be lucky to reach 60. 52 in winchester, 55 the dulles record, 52 in winchester, 48 in in oakland.ty the variable clouds today and of 95ne mainly west today. in kansas city, 50 in minneapolis, 51 in billings, 57 boston and 57 in raleigh. we will talk about the nationals 3, coming up. a community still trying to the death of with woodson high school senior bryan glenn. volunteers discover the 17-year-old's body just off popular trail in thaiss park a week after he went missing. search crews gathered yesterday g to canvas the park. a team of adults
no laws have been broken, but they are not exactly in forcing not met. . it seems like we are in the time of taking things to extremes. there's always somebody who takes it one step further. elizabeth knows all about that. you 20/20. >> whether you are trying to tell me, steve? >> no, no. >> we have an entire hour tonight devoted to people who go to extremes, whether it is the billionaire and hong kong who is decided to offer $65 million to any man who can squeeze his own daughter off her feet and marry her. women are eating and sleeping and cosets trying to shrink their waste. we are talking to a lot of people who go to a lot of different extremes on a lot of different levels. >> that seems terribly uncomfortable. you probably see the good in this, and some people probably you think they are a little off of their rocker. >> i think every time somebody takes at the one step too far, really wider you doing this? we talked to a man who had countless plastic surgeries, and in the and you wonder, what is this you are doing and why are you doing this? these people all seem healthy and happy. a
. because of your health care law. she is able to get the care that she needed. that's who i am fighting for. >> what is your message to joe biden about tomorrow night? >> well, you know, i think joe just need to be joe. congressman ryan is -- a smart and effective speaker. but his idea are the wrong ones. and joe understand that. >> message to mitt romney? about tuesday night? >> well, i don't need to send a message to mitt romney. i think he will once again be very well prepared. he, you know, he makes a good power point presentation. i look forward to seeing him. >> he says taking him on. on issues like legal abortion. during the primaries governor romney said he would look to see a repeal of roe v. wade. yesterday in an interview he said there is no legislation with regard to abortion that i am familiar with that would become part of my agenda. your campaign has called that a lie. >> look -- diane, this is another example of governor romney hiding position he's has been campaigning on for a year and a half. >> is it a lie? >> governor romney made very clear that -- if a bill comes to his
the new law employers to do not provide full time -- who did not provide insurance. there are beginning to test a part-time plan in several markets across the country. public transportation is growing in popularity. amtrak reported a record 31.2 million people roaxd in a 12 month period. republican presidential nominee mitt romney has been promising to end taxpayer support for the railroads if elected. we will track this debate with you as the events unfold. stocks indicating a lower open. that is business news. back to you. >> thank you very much. hope you enjoy the rest of your day. 5:53 right now. i think a lot of people will enjoy today. temperatures up a bit. >> clouds are moving out. just in time for game 3 at home. agreeable weather today at the nats part. the mark, temperatures will slide back down. -- tomorrow, temperatures will slide back down. let's look at this picture here. from a facebook friend of mine. you see something in that cloud formation? a cat. if you look closely, you might see a cat. the sppoky eyes -- spooky eyes, mouth. anduyy says it looks like it million. ta
's the deadline for d.c. s to get registered to detained there address. a new city law in the district up atthey can sign polling stations on election day their ballot. but then the ballot would have to be verifieand can only be afterwards. the city has to verify that it was cast by qualified voter. virginia remains the focus of a campaign. this afternoon, first lady obama will speak to leesburg at the loudoun county fairgrounds. tickets are required. in the evening, the first be at a fundraiser in mclean. while the first lady is in president will supporters at ohio state university in columbus. mitt romney will make a stop in ohio and iowa. vice-president joe biden and republican nominee paul ryan are debate onfor a thursday. outside, 45 degrees. wet. >> still ahead, the mother of accused murderer george gets her first television interview. i believe in the beginning that he was innocent. i believe in the beginning tit's time to get real about what happens in the bathroom. and start talking about what you really want from your toilet paper. it's time to talk about clean. feeling clean is so imp
news. >> under pennsylvania law sandusky can not be released before the minimum of 30 years. beside the appeals, there are plenty of lawsuits. penn state is in the process of settling a number of those lawsuits. >> let's switch gears and talk about the weather today. another damp and chilly fall day for the washington area. >> some milder temperatures are on the way. >> a few breaks in the overcast, but the clouds are still hanging around. it is gray and damp and only 58 degrees right now. anywhere from. 10 2.25 inches of rain. -- .10 to .25 images of rain. tonight it will start to clear out a little bit 44-52 degrees. we can see the cloud is moving across the appalachians. it looks like a great day tomorrow. we will give you the next seven days in the weather coming up in just a few minutes. >> let's turn to a developing story in virginia. authorities have ruled the death of a star reporter a homicide. the 48-year-old was found dead in her burning home on july 9. witnesses say they saw greenhalgh arguing with the man the night before her death. >> brown was after he failed to make
health care law. she was able to get the care that she needed." that's who i'm fighting for. >> reporter: what's your message to joe biden? about tomorrow night? >> well, i -- you know, i think joe just needs to be joe. congressman ryan is a smart and effective speaker. but his yood ideas are the wro ones. and joe understands that. >> reporter: message to mitt romney? about tuesday night? >> well, i don't need to send a message to mitt romney. i think he will, once again, be very well prepared. you know, he -- you know, he makes a good power point presentation. i look forward to seeing hill. >> reporter: and he says, taking him on, on issues where he shifted, like legal abortion. during the primaries, the governor made it clear he would like to see a repeal of roe versus wade. but yesterday, in an interview, he said this. "there's no legislation with regards to abortion that i'm familiar with that would become part of my agenda." >> well, look. this is -- this is another example of governor romney to sixes he's been campaigning on for a year and a half. >> reporter: is it a lie? >> gove
. >> reporter: athe director points out some time the laws of drama trump the laws of physics. >> the script says jack dies. he has to die. >> reporter: the ending for this movie had to include some tragedy. david wright, abc news. >> rose is lucky i wasn't out there. i would let go. i'm gone. >> of her? >> bye-bye, got to find another. >> going to get on the raft and kick her off. >> look, love, you got to move on. look, see. >> you would have been like see you. pushed her. >> later, girl. sorry, life is tough. it's a jungle out there. plenty of fish in the sea. see you back at land, maybe. ha-ha. >> peace out. >> i've never noticed. >> slightly obvious. all right. well, our hearts and this show will go on. more from abc coming up next. don't go far -- it's so cold. it's so cold. >>> thisning o >>> this morning on "world news now" -- the numbers game. new polls paint a picture of a shifting presidential race with four weeks to go. >> both candidates will end up in all-important ohio later today. it is tuesday, october 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, th is "wld news now." >>> good tuesday
three dozen advertisements for adderall. dan, bianna, ironically, some of the advertisements asking law enforcement not to respond. >> adderall, taking off in so many segments in society. thank you for your reporting this morning. >>> switching gears, now. in the city that practically perfected the high-speed chase and the low-speed chase, by o.j. simpson, this morning, another slow-mo endeavor. "endeavour" is going to its museum. it's drawing thousands of people into the streets, including abc's brandi hitt. brandi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. what a magnificent sight upclose. you can see the back end of the shutting over my shoulder. what's really interesting is the large southern california crowd that continues to follow it every step of the way, to its final home. >> oh. >> reporter: the place known for high-speed chases has a slow-speed attraction for lots of fans. >> i'm seeing history in the making. >> we have booster ignition and liftoff. >> reporter: the space shuttle "endeavour" has traveled 123 million miles at speeds of 17,000 miles per hour. now, it's crui
week's court ruling that put the voter id law on hold. >> i just thought it was wrong that we would get that on the 9th of october, when the decision was made on october 2nd. because it's going to -- dissuade some people from voting. i think it is a movement to suppress the vote. i think it's -- it's scary. >> now some voter registration cards are being delivered with the reminder, erroneously stating that a photo i.d. is required. a pennsylvania election official said confusion likely stemmed from a bureaucratic struggle rather than some kind of right-wing conspiracies. hopefully folks are not confused, head to the polls. the trend has been courts are knocking down voter id laws at least for this. for now. >> because it was rushed. >> because in some states it was a real rush job. can clearly wait until 2016. don't be confused. if you are call ahead. find out what you need to do. no matter what -- go show up. vote on november 6th. >> even if you want to vote for big bird. >> who ever you vote for. show up. >>> the fbi is asking the public for help in solving the disappearance of jessic
's sister-in-law, pat houston, as she struggles to raise her 19-year-old niece, bobbi kristina. >> it's like charlie brown around what i hear. >> they're in shock. they're still grieving. this is not the time to be going on camera, in my opinion. >> reporter: but for this young lady, the cameras are always rolling. >> we're not entirely sure this is a legitimate engagement. it could be a ratings play to spike interest in the upcoming show. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. >>> coming up, josh has "the play of the day." we captured right here on set. stay tuned. we captured right here on set. stay tuned. >> going to be good. are woup early for gs like a better breakfast so on august eighth we woke up a sleepy town to show that eating well can be easy and delicious with jennie-o turkey bacon and sausage cooked thoroughly to 165 definitely very good it's excellent this is delicious makes me want to eat breakfast more it's time for a better breakfast i can't stop eating this make the switch look for jennie-o at a store near you we put our name on it. at jc
be if not for "jersey shore"? >> we were all doing different things. i was going to law school. we had real jobs. ronny worked in real estate. you would never know it. but we actually were -- i was a political science major. you know, we were doing different things. we would have been okay. >> talk about -- why is this show, why has this show been so popular? >> the show is really popular because it's like black or white. it's people watch the show and saw us and they were like, these people actually exist. and they're in awe, like we're new species. and there's people that watch the show and, i did that when i was younger and i can relate to the show and i enjoy watching it. it's escape to their real life. >> or they're going to do it. >> or the little ones. >> i want to do that. >> pauly d., the question for you, is how long have you going to keep that hair style? >> i feel like god has blessed me with this hairline. i'm not going to let him down. i'm not going to cut it so it doesn't go away? >> change, no? and, dino, what do you think jersey shore's lasting impression will be? what will they say ab
. first up, meeting law students in london, where william himself is an honorary lawyer. but state wearing a dress by a french designer. in an effort to remind people she and william the legal battle of having those photos being published in france. >> she's incredibly calm. incredibly wise. very little seems to ruffle her feathers. >> reporter: william, who has been by his wife's side since the photos, that the palace called grotesque surfaced, won't be with her during tomorrow's engagement. she will have to go it alone, as he attends a fun recall of his nanny. she cared for him and harry. but kate will have to keep calm and carry on. she will be facing her toughest challenge yet. huge crowds are expected to greet her when she attends events to support her charities in the north of england. >> i think she's a tough one in that relationship. she's going to keep the show going. >> reporter: no doubt, all eyes will be on royal baby bump watch, as well. the couple kept tongues wagging during their asia tour, when kate toasted with water, rather than champagne, not once, but twice. people were
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